BE (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING)

The Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering Program has been developed in consultation with field experts to maintain teaching quality and relevance with the latest what the field has to offer. In addition to the academic content, emphasis is given to the development of personal, managerial and presentation skills. The curriculum is designed to provide the students with a solid foundation of basic concepts along with working principles, analytical reasoning, techniques and design procedures.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • PEO 1: Graduates should be able to express sound knowledge in the field of Electrical Engineering.

  • PEO 2: Graduates must be effective team player and also exhibit leadership qualities with communication and entrepreneurial skills.

  • PEO 3: Graduates should understand their ethical responsibilities to address environmental, health and economic challenges to achieve a progressive society.

  • PEO 4: Graduates should engage in continuous professional development and lifelong learning.

Vision To enhance academic excellence by producing state of the art graduates of Electrical Engineering to be globally recognized as a research based solution provider to the social needs and industry
Mission The department mission is to provide dynamic learning environment by inculcating problem solving skills, ethical professionals and leadership in the development of the society.
PEO# PEO Statement
PEO-1 Graduates should be able to express sound knowledge in the field of Electrical Engineering
PEO-2 Graduates will be emerged as a team player and also exhibit leadership qualities in communication, entrepreneurial and multidisciplinary skills.
PEO-3 Graduates will understand their ethical responsibilities to address the environmental, health and socio-economic challenges to contribute in building a progressive society
PEO-4 Graduate will engage in continuous professional development and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological evolution.

JOB MARKET

Electrical engineers have a wide variety of options and are in high demand in Pakistan due to the role of electricity in every infrastructure. Electrical engineers have more work opportunities in Pakistan than any other engineering sector. Pakistan is also facing energy shortages, and the need for more power plants is being felt, which would undoubtedly result in a greater demand for electrical engineers. These engineers are adaptable to telecommunications, power industries, construction units, and every other industry that uses electricity. Furthermore, electrical vehicles have made their start in Pakistan and scope of electrical engineers with energy storage and charging power station specialization have high chances to start their career in this market.

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Semester

Sr. No

Course Code

Course Title

Credit Hours

Knowledge Area

Pre-Requisite Course

 

1

1

BH111

Calculus and Analytical Geometry

(Math-I)

(3+0=3)

 

Natural Sciences

None

 

2

BH121

Applied Physics

(3+1=4)

Natural Sciences

None

 

3

BH141

Functional English (English-I)

(3+0=3)

Humanities

None

 

4

CS111

Introduction to Computer Science & Programming

(3+1=4)

Computing

None

 

5

EE111

Linear Circuit Analysis

(3+1=4)

Engineering Foundations

None

 

Total Credit Hours

(15+3=18)

 

 

 

2

1

BH112

Linear Algebra

(Math-II)

(3+0=3)

 

Natural Sciences

Calculus and Analytical Geometry

 

2

BH113

Differential Equations (Math-III)

(3+0=3)

 

Natural Sciences

Calculus and Analytical Geometry

 

3

BH131

Islamic Studies

or (Ethics )

(2+0=2)

Humanities

None

 

4

EE122

Workshop Practice

(0+1=1)

Engineering Foundations

None

 

5

EE112

Electrical Network Analysis

(3+1=4)

Engineering Foundations

Circuit Analysis I

 

6

EE121

Basic Electronics

(3+1=4)

Engineering Foundations

None

 

Total Credit Hours

(14+3=17)

 

 

 

3

1

BH211

Complex Variables & Transforms (Math-IV)

(3+0=3)

 

Natural Sciences

Linear Algebra

Differential Equations

 

2

EE211

Electrical Measurement and

Instrumentation

(3+1=4)

Engineering  Breadth Core

Basic Electronics

 

3

BH241

Communication Skills (English-II)

(3+0=3)

Humanities

None

 

4

EE221

Digital Logic Design

(3+1=4)

Engineering Foundations

None

 

5

CS211

Computer Programming

(3+1=4)

 

Computing

Introduction to Computer Science & Programming

 

Total Credit Hours

(15+3=18)

 

 

 

4

1

BH212

Probability and Statistics

(3+0=3)

Engineering Foundations

None

 

2

EE212

Electromagnetic Field Theory

(3+0=3)

Engineering  Breadth Core

Applied Physics,

Complex Variables & Transform

 

3

EE222

Computer Aided Engineering Drawing

(0+1=1)

Engineering Foundations

None

 

4

EE231

Signals and Systems

(3+1=4)

  Engineering Foundations

Complex Variable and Transform

 

5

EE213

Electrical Power Distribution & Utilization

(3+1=4)

Engineering  Breadth Core

Electrical Measurement and

Instrumentation

 

6

BH231

Pakistan Studies

(2+0=2)

Humanities

None

 

Total Credit Hours

(14+3=17)

 

 

 

 

5

1

EE311

Electrical Machines

(3+1=4)

Engineering  Breadth Core

Basic Electronics

 

2

EE341

Microprocessor

Based Systems

(3+1=4)

Engineering Foundations

Digital Logic Design

 

3

EE331

Communication Systems

(3+1=4)

Engineering  Breadth Core

Signals and Systems, Probability and Statistics

 

4

BH341

Technical English (English-III)

(3+0=3)

Humanities

Functional English

 

5

BHxxx

Math (Elective)

(3+0=3)

Natural Sciences

Linear Algebra

Differential Equations

 

Total Credit Hours

(15+3=18)

 

 

 

 

6

1

EE312

Control Systems

(3+1=4)

Engineering  Breadth Core

Circuit Analysis II,

Signals and Systems

 

2

XXxxx

Interdisciplinary Electives(IDEE-I)

(3+0=3)

IDBE Elective

 

3

EE313

Electrical Power Generation & Transmission

(3+1=4)

Specialization Based Depth Electives

Electrical Power Distribution & Utilization

 

4

CS311

Data Structures and Algorithms

(3+1=4)

Computing

Computer Programming

 

5

EExxx

Depth Elective

 (DE-I)

(3+0=3)

Specialization Based Depth Electives

 

Total Credit Hours

(15+3=18)

 

 

 

 

7

1

EExxx

Depth Elective

(DE-II)

(3+1=4)

Specialization Based Depth Electives

 

2

XXxxx

Interdisciplinary Electives(IDEE-II)

(3+1=4)

IDBE Elective

 

3

MS411

Engineering Economics & Management

(3+0=3)

Management Sciences

None

 

4

BH331

Sociology

(social Sciences-I)

(3+0=3)

Humanities

None

 

5

EE498

Project Proposal

(0+3=3)

Project

None

 

Total Credit Hours

(12+5=17)

 

 

 

8

1

MS412

Professional  Practices& Social Ethics

(3+0=3)

Management Sciences

None

 

2

EE411

Fault Analysis & Protection

(3+0=3)

Specialization Based Depth Electives

 

 

3

EEXXX

Depth Elective

(DE-III)

(3+1=4)

Core-Depth

 

4

EE499

Project Defense

(0+3=3)

Project

Project Proposal

 

Total Credit Hours

(9+4=13)

 

 

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

(109+27=136)

 

 

TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

(109+27=136)

BE (ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING)

In this degree program, emphasis is on core areas of Electrical and Electronic Engineering with major focus on subjects relevant to Electronic Circuits & Systems, VLSI Design, Electromagnetic Fields, Antennas, Optoelectronics, Microwave Engineering, Radar & Satellite Communication, Control systems, Data Communication & Computer Networks, Signal Processing, Microprocessors and Microcontroller based Systems. The curriculum is designed to provide the students with a solid foundation of basic principles along with analytical techniques and design procedures. It has a strong design component that builds their ability to bring theoretical ideas into practical shape.

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LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  • An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

  • An ability to design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  • An ability to investigate complex engineering problems in a methodical way including literature survey, design and conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of experimental data, and synthesis of information to derive valid conclusions.

  • An ability to create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modelling, to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.

  • An ability to apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues, and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solution to complex engineering problems.

  • An ability to understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

  • Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.

  • An ability to work effectively, as an individual or in a team, on multifaceted and /or multidisciplinary settings.

  • An ability to communicate effectively, orally as well as in writing, on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

  • An ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments, business practices, such as risk and change management, and understand their limitations.

 

An ability to recognize the importance of and pursue lifelong learning in the broader context of innovation and technological developments.

Vision To achieve academic excellence by producing globally competitive and socially responsible Electronic Engineers and facilitating research activities to cater industrial demands and societal needs
Mission To provide students with in-depth and profound knowledge of Electronic Engineering by inculcating research, design, development, production and management skills and prepare them for a rewarding career in academia and industry
PEO# PEO Statement
PEO-1 Graduates should be able to express sound knowledge in the field of Electronic Engineering.
PEO-2 Graduates must be effective team player and also exhibit leadership qualities with communication and entrepreneurial skills.
PEO-3 Graduates should understand their ethical responsibilities to address environmental, health and economic challenges to achieve a progressive society
PEO-4 Graduate should engage in continuous professional development and lifelong learning.

JOB MARKET

The Electronic Engineering bachelor program offered at the department is well linked to the local industry and is catering for the local as well as regional demand for Electronic Engineers. The department works in collaboration with the industry through an industrial advisory board setup. Almost every type of industry employs Electronic Engineer, be it computer, IT industry, process and manufacturing industry or defense industry.

Semester Course(s) Code Course(s) Title Credit Hours
Semester I BH121 Applied Physics 3 + 0
  BH111 Calculus and  Analytical Geometry 3 + 0
  EE111 Circuit Analysis I + Lab 3 + 1
  BH141 Functional  English 3 + 0
  CS111 Intro. to Computer Science & Programming + Lab 3 + 1
  BH131 Islamic Studies 2 + 0
    Total Semester Credit Hours (17 + 2)
Semester II EE121 Basic Electronics + Lab 3 + 1
  EE112 Circuit Analysis II + Lab 3 + 1
  BH142 Communication Skills 3 + 0
  CS211 Computer Programming + Lab 3 + 1
  BH112 Linear Algebra & Differential Equations 3 + 0
  BH132 Pakistan Studies 2 + 0
    Total Semester Credit Hours (17 + 3)
Semester III BH211 Complex Variables & Transforms 3 + 0
  CS112 Computer Aided Engineering Drawing + Lab 1 + 1
  EE223 Digital Logic Design + Lab 3 + 1
  EE221 Electronic Devices and Circuits + Lab 3 + 1
  EE222 Electronics Workshop + Lab 1 + 1
  MS211 Engineering Economics 2 + 0
    Total Semester Credit Hours (13 + 4)
Semester IV EE212 Electrical Machines + Lab 3 + 1
  EE224 Integrated Electronics + Lab 3 + 1
  EE341 Microprocessor Based Systems + Lab 3 + 1
  BH212 Probability & Statistics 3 + 0
  EE231 Signals & Systems 3 + 0
    Total Semester Credit Hours (15 + 3)
Semester V EE331 Communication Systems + Lab 3 + 1
  EE211 Electromagnetic Field Theory 3 + 0
  EEXX Interdisciplinary Elective I 3 + 0
  EE342 Microcontroller & Interfacing + Lab 3 + 1
  BH341 Technical English 3 + 0
    Total Semester Credit Hours (15 + 2)
Semester VI EE312 Control Systems + Lab 3 + 1
  EE311 Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation + Lab 3 + 1
  EEXX Interdisciplinary Elective II + Lab 3 + 1
  EE321 Power Electronics + Lab 3 + 1
  BH431 Sociology 3 + 0
    Total Semester Credit Hours (15 + 4)
Semester VII EEXX Depth Elective I + Lab 3 + 1
  EE432 Digital Signal Processing + Lab 3 + 1
  MS411 Engineering Management 2 + 0
  EE421 Industrial Electronics + Lab 3 + 1
  EE498 Project Proposal 0 + 3
    Total Semester Credit Hours (11+ 6)
Semester VIII EEXX Depth Elective II 3 + 0
  EEXX Depth Elective III + Lab 3 + 1
  MS412 Professional Practices & Social Ethics 2 + 0
  EE499 Project Defense 0 + 3
  Total Semester Credit Hours ( 08 + 4)